Huge ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid hurtling towards Earth

Monday, April 3, 2017
By Paul Martin 3 Apr, 2017 A huge 1km-wide asteroid is hurtling towards Earth, prompting astronomers to label it “potentially hazardous”. But don’t pack for Mars just yet – the giant space rock, ‘2014 JO25’, is expected to pass by our planet safely. According to NASA the encounter on April 19 will be the closest the... »

Pentagon Calls to Brace for Star Wars as US Dominance in Space Challenged

Thursday, March 30, 2017
By Paul Martin 30.03.2017 The United States military should make clear that it is ready for space warfare. Navy Vice Adm. Charles Richard, deputy commander of US Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) said that the US should demonstrate it is ready for warfare extending into space. According to him, such a preparation would help prevent conflicts from flaring... »

They Can See a ‘Stick of Butter from Space’ — The Billion Dollar Spy Agency You’ve Never Heard Of

Saturday, March 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

Claire Bernish March 25, 2017 While most Americans would consider the CIA, and perhaps the NSA, household names, one U.S. spy agency — whose headquarters surpasses the U.S. Capitol in size — has managed to keep to the shadows while possessing cutting edge tools of the surveillance trade. Called the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency... »

WW III Is Near as Russia Is Militarizing Rockets to Take Out US Satellites Leaving Amerca Defenseless

Friday, March 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges March 24th, 2017 For decades, the US military and government denied that near space orbit was, or ever would be, a potential military battleground. The militarization of outerspace was expressly forbidden by international law and treaty. However, it was at this time that America was busy reverse engineering Nazi technology... »

MINI ICE AGE FEARS: No solar activity for TWO WEEKS sparks concern

Friday, March 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

TWO weeks of little solar activity on the face of the Sun has led experts to believe that we may be on the brink of a prolonged cold period. By SEAN MARTIN Fri, Mar 24, 2017 According to Nasa, there have been no sunspots on the surface of our star in two weeks,... »

China’s new space lasers to take out satellites leaving west at mercy of Beijing missiles

Sunday, March 12, 2017
By Paul Martin

CHINA is developing an arsenal of first-strike space-lasers that could destroy NATO satellites neutralising the west’s ability to fight back in any conflict. By VICKIIE OLIPHANT Sun, Mar 12, 2017 The lasers will take out US and European satellites from the ground killing off the Washington’s ability to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles in... »

What is this perfect black cube hovering over USA’s top-secret military research complex?

Sunday, March 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

A BIZARRE and sinister-looking perfect black cube has terrified residents of a Texas town after it appeared in the skies above White Sands – the USA’s most secret military installation. By PAUL BALDWIN Sun, Mar 5, 2017 The terrifying black cube was snapped over El Paso on the Texas border just a few... »

Astronomers spot asteroid bigger than the Empire State Building that they say could crash into the Earth

Monday, February 13, 2017
By Paul Martin

An asteroid called 2015 BN509 was caught flying past the Earth Space rock was captured on film by The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico It is about 200 meters (660ft) wide by 400 meters (1,310ft) long Nasa warned the giant object is ‘potentially hazardous’ By DAISY DUNNE 13 February 2017 A peanut-shaped asteroid... »


Saturday, February 4, 2017
By Paul Martin

ARJUN WALIA FEBRUARY 4, 2017 This has nothing to do with human impact on climate change, but instead the activity of the sun and how solar cycles impact our climate as well. It’s based on a mathematical model that shows the sun might “quiet” down in the coming years thus impacting our climate... »

Cosmonaut on How to End All Wars: ‘Gather Up Politicians & Send Them Into Space’

Saturday, February 4, 2017
By Paul Martin 04.02.2017 Yuri Usachov is no stranger to space travel, with four spaceflights, seven spacewalks and 553 days in orbit under his belt. He’s also well-versed in person-to-person diplomacy, spending three of his missions interacting with foreign astronauts. Speaking to Radio Baltkom, Usachov revealed how the world’s conflicts might be brought to a peaceful... »